Leaders in Grief Research
J. William Worden
Elizabeth Kubler Ross
1926-2004- She was a psychiatrist and a pioneer in near death studies.She was the author of Death and Dying (1969) in which the Kubler-Ross model was first introduced.
Edward John Mostyn “John” Bowlby
1907–1990. He was a British psychologist most notable for his interest in child development and his ideas on attachment theory.
Most notable for his studies on traumatic grief especially in regards to the Cocoanut Grove night club fire in the 1940s.
1856-1939. He viewed grief as a pathological issue that if not resolved resulted in dysfunction.
One must purge him or herself from the attachment and form new relationships. This idea has been replaced with newer ideals of attachment theory and meaning making where the loss is reformatted into the life story and revered and respected but never totally removed from the self.
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